Thursday, November 09, 2017

CELEBRATE KANSAS CITY CAMMO DAY!!!



Local fashion sign of support that's also great for hiding soup stains . . .

KMBZ: Cammo Day is set aside as a show of support for veterans, especially those with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. The event also serves as a benefit for Warriors' Ascent, a Kansas City-based non-profit that provides healing services to active duty military personnel, veterans and first responders.

While the clothing advice is cute, the occasion is also a chance to remind locals that "standing up for the flag" might involve more than hurling insults amid political disagreements and realizing that the so-called social safety net also helps to serve Vets.

You decide . . .

7 Comments:

Anonymous said...

I thought every day was Camo Day here in the Military Industrial Complex known as the US of A.

Anonymous said...

Why did you put two m's in cammo? There's only one in the long form of the word.

I love slow news days.

Anonymous said...

The SJWs (Socialist JEW's Whores) owned by Soros (JEW turned greedy NAZI paid snitch) and urged on by BathHouse BARRY (closeted queen) want there to be CAMEL DICKSUCK DAY everyday in the USA.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- BAYONET THE TRENCH

Hot Lips reports for night maneuvers!!!

Local Clodumbo said...

I posit this theory to local denizens :

Caption Guy is a disenfrenchised writer at Hallmark Cards.

He's cleary very witty and no doubt a wordsmith.

I detect a bit of career boredom bordering on frustration with his underutilized skillset at churning out saccharine cornball sentients in his corporate life, and were you to ask him.... I'd venture to guess that he's most proud of some of the daily pearls he tosses before the likes of us swine.

Yes, this is what I posit, but why I'm just a simple bumbling phone book detective, so what do I really know?

Anonymous said...

@8:41 - Be careful, it's well known that Soros puts salt peter in your coffee.

Anonymous said...

I just wish that there were more tributes to the military at professional sporting events.

It just seems like they are totally forgotten before, during and after each and every game at the stadiums across this great land.